Question about Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for PC
In AD, the schema is the list of "properties", or attributes of each item an AD "object".
There are different object types - user, computer, group, and so on. Some properties exist for all objects - "name", "create date", etc. Other properties only make sense for certain objects - a user has a "phone number", but a computer object does not.
So the schema is a list that says what "object types" are defined, what "properties or attributes" are defined, and which properties are valid for which objects.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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